About


Once upon a time, there was a woman who loved her family and her home.

However, she was less keen on the mess her family made and the upkeep her home demanded – a.k.a. housework. But, it seemed to be a package deal so she muddled on as best she could, wondering how all the other women coped so much better than her…

After a while, though, the woman realised that she spent a great deal of her time and energy being cross or miserable about the ‘state of the place’. And she was more than a little disgruntled with her designated role as House Slave. This was not good. (Not least for the poor family members within snarling distance.)

So, our heroine embarked on a mission, a journey of discovery. Determined to find solutions to the mental and emotional challenge of keeping a home, she vowed to unearth the Holy Grail: how to cope with housework. 
And so she read about a hundred books. She then combined this research with about a decade of trial-and-error practical experiments. Eventually, she awoke one morning to discover that she had made peace with housework.

Although, still not a Natural Domestic, she felt more competent within her home, more loving towards her family and generally happier with her little lot. Her home was certainly a nicer place to be, but more importantly, she was a calmer and happier person to be around.

Impressive results, don’t you think?

And sensing that she was not the only one to feel this way, our plucky heroine gathered her sanity-saving strategies together and published them in one little book.

But to her surprise and delight, she found that even more helpful hints and tips kept emerging. So she set up this blog, to share what she knew, and to help other House Slaves find more harmony and happiness.

And so the woman and her readers lived happily ever after… despite housework.



































DISCLAIMER
The suggestions, ideas or advice contained within this blog may not be suitable for everyone. The information is based on the author’s personal opinion regarding the subject matter. It is the responsibility of the reader to carefully investigate all aspects of any decisions or changes made as a result of reading this material. The author obtained the information contained herein from her own personal life experience and from sources she believes to be reliable but the author neither implies nor intends any guarantee of accuracy. The author is not qualified to dispense specific health, relationship or any other type of professional advice. Should the reader need such advice, her or she must seek services from a competent professional. The author particularly disclaims any liability, loss, or risk taken by individuals who directly or indirectly act on the information contained herein. The author believes the advice presented here is sound, but readers cannot hold the author responsible for either the actions they take or the results of those actions.

468 ad